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Coming Unglued by Rebeca Seitz
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Jul 01, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: christian-fiction, romance
Read in September, 2010

I read the first Sister's Ink book a few years back and really liked it, in fact I made my library order this next book. But, honestly, I was a little disappointed - it wasn't the happy feel good book, I was hoping for. This book takes on the next Sinclair sister, Kendra, who was abused as a young girl by the neglect of her birth mother, and her long line of boyfriends. At the age of 8 she is taken away from her mothers custody and adopted by the Sinclairs who have a racially diverse family. Because of the abuse as a child, Kendra has a hard time recoginzing her self worth as an adult and it affects her relationships, especially with men. When the book starts, Kendra is trying to balance two relationships - one of which is definitely WRONG.
While I agreed with the moral issues, it just wasn't what I wanted to read about. It was still a nice read and I want to read the rest of the books in the series. I also like Kendra's no nonsense attitude.
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Tiffany I totally agree.

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